Grayson Perry discovers a mans world reflected in six everyday objects
Recently, I have found myself looking at everything and asking why it is the way “its by”. Of course, a brick wall is just a brick wall. But are bricks that sizing because mens hands are that sizing? Are bollards a phallic symbol associated with male influence? What would bollards look like if ladies governed the world? Its always worth questioning the most banal sectors of the society. So here are six objects I think illustrate something about masculinity and its stranglehold on the gaze and experience of our world.
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